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" These works therefore extend the economic limit of the cost of transportation of the above articles to 3,300 and 1,650 miles respectively. At the limit of the economical movement of these articles upon the common highway, by the use of railroads, wheat... "
Philosophy of railroads, published by order of the directors of the St ... - Page 39
by Thomas C. Keefer, St. Lawrence and Ottawa grand junction railway company - 1853 - 47 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 106

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1868
...articles upon the common highways, by the use of railroads wheat would be worth $ 44.50, and corn $ 22.27 per ton ; which sums respectively would represent...value created by the interposition of such a work." We may add, in connection with the above, that the old highways of the country were invariably almost...
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DeBow's Review ...: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress ..., Volume 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - Industries - 1853
...common highway, by the use of rail-roads, wheat would be worth $44.50, and corn 22.27, which sum respectively would represent the actual increase of...rail-road, over the ordinary highways of the country. Table, thinning tHt value of a ton of wheat and one of earn, at given points from market, at affected...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - Industries - 1853
...common highway, by the use of rail-roads, wheat would be worth $44.5tj, and corn 22.27, which sum respectively would represent the actual increase of...rail-road, over the ordinary highways of the country. Table, titneing tin value of a ton of,rl,cat and o,-ie. eij earn, at given points frnm market, as affected...
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De Bow's New Orleans Monthly Review, Volume 14

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, William MacCreary Burwell - Southern States - 1853
...822.27, which sum respectively would represent the actual increase of value created by the into rposition of such a work. The following table will show the...rail-road, over the ordinary highways of the country. Table, shotting the value of a ton ofwlitat and one of corn, at given points from market, at affected...
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COMMUNICATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,

1853
...movement of these articles upon the common highway, by the use of railroads, wheat would be worth $44 50, and corn $22 27 per ton, which sums respectively would...value created by the interposition of such a work. S. Doc. 112. The following table will show the amount saved per ton, by transportation by railroad...
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the insudtrial resources, etc., of hte southern and western states:embracing ...

j.d.b. be bow - 1853
...the common highway, by the use of rail-roads, wheat would be worth 844.50, and corn $22.27, which sum respectively would represent the actual increase of value created by the interposition of such awork. The following table will show the amount saved per ton by transportation by rail-road, over...
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Development of Transportation Systems in the United States: Comprising a ...

John Luther Ringwalt - Transportation - 1888 - 398 pages
...worth $44.50 and corn $22.27 per ton, which gums respectively would represent the actual increase in value created by the interposition of such a work....railroad over the ordinary highways of the country: — 17 Statement showing the value of a ton of wheat, and one of corn, at given points from market,...
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A History of Two Reciprocity Treaties: The Treaty with Canada in 1854, the ...

Chalfant Robinson - Canada - 1904 - 220 pages
...articles upon the common highways, by use of the railroads wheat would be worth $44. 50 and corn $22.20 per ton, which sums respectively would represent the actual increase of value by the interposition of such a work. 207 I . TT Fl l K II co H O K (-I O I 3 so OmMO M xnTJ-co CM HI...
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